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Raven, a teenage girl, receives short psychic visions of the future events when in deep situations.
Attempting to make these visions come true can always result in trouble, and hilarious situations, for herself, her family, and her friends.
Each season had opening credits composed of footage from the episodes of that season.
Each season also made an exception to the guideline by showing footage from the previous seasons, most of the time when it was needed.
At the end of the opening credits, Raven stands next to the title card and says, "Yep, that's me." This remained in season four, except with a new addition. " was dubbed in right before she says, "Yep, that's me." Raven-Symoné performs most of the theme, while Brown performs a rap near the end of the theme and some scattered vocals in the beginning of the theme.
Anneliese van der Pol sings the show's title in the chorus.
The company later left at the end of season 3, being replaced by Warren & Rinsler Productions.
Symoné originally auditioned for the role of the best friend, Chelsea.
Raven-Symoné was credited simply as "Raven" throughout the series.
In October 2016, Raven-Symoné announced that there is a spin-off in the works.
Symoné would reprise her role as Raven Baxter who would now be a single mother with two children, one who has psychic visions.